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Poll: Do You Face Childcare Concerns When Summer Ends?

Families and school systems are starting to make plans for when school starts again in the fall.

For Fairfax County Public Schools, students will either learn fully online or with a combination of in-person and online classes.

Roughly 45% of respondents to our poll earlier this week on learning options said they prefer fully online classes, while about 40% said they want the hybrid model. Approximately 15% of the respondents said they either don’t know which to choose or that the topic doesn’t apply to them.

FCPS and county officials are worried about childcare options for working parents, especially ones who can’t work from home.

Let us know in the poll before if you are facing childcare challenges ahead of school starting back up. Feel free to discuss in the comments section what your experience has been like.

Photo by Charles Deluvio on Unsplash

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